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Catering Assistant

Department
Catering & Bars, York Conferences Ltd
Based at
University of York - King's Manor, York city centre
Hours of work
Term-time only
Contract status
Open
Salary
5,413.74 per annum
Apply by
12/12/2016
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Role Description

We are looking for an enthusiastic Catering Assistant to serve meals, snacks and beverages in our catering outlets. Our outlets are extremely busy and would suit someone with the ability to be versatile and forward thinking. If you share our vision for excellent customer service then join the team. You will need enthusiasm and the ability to communicate effectively. The post will be based in the city centre at King’s Manor.

Previous experience in the catering industry is desirable but training will be provided to ensure you achieve our goals.

The starting salary will be £5,413.74 per annum rising to £5,586.39 per annum on successful completion of a 3 month probationary period. Please note the salary will be paid in 12 equal monthly payments.

The hours of work will be 25 per week Monday to Friday working on a term time only basis (30 weeks per year).

There may be the opportunity to work out of term time but this cannot be guaranteed.

YCL run an employee reward scheme with discounts and savings from local businesses.

Closing date:  midnight on 12 December 2016.

Anticipated start date: Ideally 9 January 2017

York Conferences Ltd. (YCL) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the University of York. The Head Office is situated at the University of York, Heslington, York, YO10 5DD and the Directors of YCL are appointed by the Council of the University of York. The successful candidate will be appointed on YCL terms and conditions of employment.

 

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